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I am looking for the best mobile phone contract for no more than £25 a month (no cashbacks)

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
i am looking for a contract deal, dnt mind any network but i need minutes to any network and uk landlines and only need 50 texts a month and i cannot spend more than £25 a month but i dnt mind tieing myself in for 24 months but would prefer 18 or 12 month contract, and i do not want any cashback deals, thank you p.s. the most mins i have found is 400 which isn't a lot
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
check out kidkats post from yesterday, plenty on there :thumbsup:
#2
take a look at T-Mobile, they do really good deals, I pay £10 for £65 a month on an 18 month contract
#3
I got a great deal from virgin.

I pay 25 a month for 20mb Bband and an additional £10 for 300 mins / 300 txt cross network/anytime

£35 all in suits me fine, the mobile is sim only (u need ur own phone) and no contract - cancel anytime - suits me just fine!
#4
how about o2 with their £20 simplicity offer.. £20 a month get 600 mins, unlimited texts, and a free bolt on, which includes free Wifi or free Webon mobile!! Then think of the money you save over 12 months and buy a phone accordingly!!
#5
Foosball Chum
check out kidkats post from yesterday, plenty on there :thumbsup:


can you give a me a link to kidkats post please?
#6
foulone
I got a great deal from virgin.

I pay 25 a month for 20mb Bband and an additional £10 for 300 mins / 300 txt cross network/anytime

£35 all in suits me fine, the mobile is sim only (u need ur own phone) and no contract - cancel anytime - suits me just fine!


i live in a BT area only
#7
unileeds
how about o2 with their £20 simplicity offer.. £20 a month get 600 mins, unlimited texts, and a free bolt on, which includes free Wifi or free Webon mobile!! Then think of the money you save over 12 months and buy a phone accordingly!!


i have seen the o2 sim only deal...it is really gd and really tempting but no phone, i wanted a phone memory card bluetooth piece that kind of thing
#8
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=227939

Looking at everything aroung at the moment, the sim only deals seem to offer the best value, if you have a phone you can use. Voda are offering £90 quidco for sim only if you keep it for 4 months and a free bluetooth headset (code on quidco site) the 02 simplicity deal looks ok too, orange offfer a £10 per month deal with £20 quidco.
Think I am going to take a sim only while I look into the phone I want and then look at contract cost v sim only and buy the phone.
#9
aj12345
i have seen the o2 sim only deal...it is really gd and really tempting but no phone, i wanted a phone memory card bluetooth piece that kind of thing


well if you take the £20 deal, you save quite a lot of money. Otherwise your best bet is to go to phones4u or CPW and get a deal which has a console or soemthing. You can then sell that off here or on ebay. Otherwise I am afraid you wont get any better deals. Add Quidco as well.

I am on O2, and they are good, cheap international calls, cheap wen u roam internatinally and they dont charge u for everysmall thing like voda and 3 do!!

The same £20 deal with a phone will be £35pm!!! for 18 months. Do the math, You save £15pm... for 18 months ..£270.. you can easily get a good phone, with a BT and memcard!! tell me which phone you want!! BT is max £10-£15, and mem card is £10 max!!! plus atleast you are not tied into a contract!!
#10
unileeds
well if you take the £20 deal, you save quite a lot of money. Otherwise your best bet is to go to phones4u or CPW and get a deal which has a console or soemthing. You can then sell that off here or on ebay. Otherwise I am afraid you wont get any better deals. Add Quidco as well.

I am on O2, and they are good, cheap international calls, cheap wen u roam internatinally and they dont charge u for everysmall thing like voda and 3 do!!

The same £20 deal with a phone will be £35pm!!! for 18 months. Do the math, You save £15pm... for 18 months ..£270.. you can easily get a good phone, with a BT and memcard!! tell me which phone you want!! BT is max £10-£15, and mem card is £10 max!!! plus atleast you are not tied into a contract!!


i like the sony ericsson c902...i only like nokia's sony ericssons and samsung but not bulky and heavy phones like the n95
#11
well C902 is available for £270 sim free!!! so you have it sorted if you go for the £20 simplicity tariff!! over 18 months you save £270... also get £22.50 from quidco... look around online for a good £15 bt handsfree and a M2 2GB is for £12.99 or soemthing
#12
unileeds
well C902 is available for £270 sim free!!! so you have it sorted if you go for the £20 simplicity tariff!! over 18 months you save £270... also get £22.50 from quidco... look around online for a good £15 bt handsfree and a M2 2GB is for £12.99 or soemthing


there you go £300 up front...toooo much...i dnt want to spend more than £200 on a handset inc bluetooth piece and memory card
#13
hmm see its a tough one.if you want the C902 then its the price of the phone, you can get it cheaper from ebay or if some1 sells it here!!
. you need to look at cashback deals then... dial a phone has some ggood ones, and so does phones4u!!! both I have used and both give cash back as long as you follow instructions!! Good luck
#14
yeah i may look at a cheaper phone ...cos i cnt be dealing with the hassle of cashback
#15
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/228802/sony-ericsson-c902-and-unlimited-te/

have a look at the above.. from my point of view, you save atleast £250 over the entire course of the contract if you go with cash back.. now think of just spending 1 hr per cash back claim, you makae 6 claims per 18 month (maximum).. thats roughly £40 per cash back claim.. so in otherwords if you look at the 1 hr you sepnd per cash back claima s work.. you earn £40per hour as a wage... thats a lot of money to look away from. Ive done cash back deals all my life, and never had problems!! the above link gives you good tips on how to get it all done, and its all relevant to dialaphone which is great!!

Have a think.. try and reconsider your cash back decision!!
#16
try retention deals with any network, you get best deal, best mins, best phone
#17
Depending on where you can work you can get the following:

Orange Cannary 35 @ £35 a month

which gives you

700 mins
100 texts
unlimited landline calls

but instore ask for "Orange Perk" giving you 10% off your line rental - some stores ask for payslip, some dont
THen

Trade in your old phone, and they will apply £150 credit on your account. which is paid back in monthly installments,

Bringing your line rental down to about £27

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